The United Nations Human Rights Council says it will hold a debate on systemic racism and police brutality in wake of recent protests.
Protests around the world sparked by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis are not singular in nature and have not happened in a vacuum.
At least one in six men have been sexually abused, according to the nonprofit 1in6
Chicago’s new top cop says better community policing will bring down crime rates.
The county’s top prosecutor has halted prosecutions for narcotics and cannabis cases and is concerned about COVID-19 at Cook County Jail.
Starting April 11 on WBEZ, Justin Kaufmann will host a live call-in show on the COVID-19 pandemic for the next few Saturdays from 1-3 p.m.
One inmate says the coronavirus is like an "invisible man [that] has the power to kill and nobody can do anything about it.”
As the COVID-19 crisis continues to grow, the federal law enforcement is warning of a potential surge in hate crimes against Asian Americans.
David Brown, 59, ended up in the national spotlight in 2016 after a sniper killed five of the city’s cops in a downtown ambush attack.
Officer Marco Di Franco, a 21-year department veteran who worked in a citywide narcotics unit, leaves behind a wife and two kids.